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. remember, this big putt that he made for par at 18. that got him into the playoff. ian: that's not dissimilar to the putt that sean o'hair has upcoming for his par. bill: dean ryan from the royal canadian golf association marking it off, seeing who's away. david: i think sean o'hair would love to be away here. it's not the easiest up and down -- even though it's uphill there's a little false front there. mistake with the contacts you can either run it baby or come back to your feet for kris blanks. peter k.: he's indicateed that sean o'hair is away. ian: big right to left here. downhill. difficult to get the right speed. he wants to hole it but he's got to make sure he doesn't hit it so far by that he doesn't make the five a test. kris blanks has a tricky chip sitting down in that first cut, sitting down in that first cut, coming steeply uphill. wonderful effort for sean o'hair. it's a bogey. it's a bogey. but it was a beautiful putt. bill: watch kris blanks in the background. a little body english. ian: yeah, it's a gentleman's game, isn't it? david: with some great acting.
connell blamed the breakdown on the white h insistence on new tax revenue. >> to get a big package would require big tax increases in the middle of an economic situation that's extraordinarily difficult ment. shannon box it's a terrible idea. it's a job killer. >> reporter: democratic congressman hollen said republicans were at fault for refusing to budge on new revenue. >> at the end of the day, what we're seeing is that the priority of our republican colleagues is not to get a deficit reduction deal; it's to protect special interest tax breaks for big corporations. after a meeting the leaders left the white house without appearing before waiting reporters, sources tell cbs news they will meet again tomorrow with the president as time continues to run out. >> i do believe that -- this week and certainly by the end of next week we have to have agreement on the outlines of a package. it has to be clear that the leadership has found a way to solve this and they have a path to get votes for something. >> reporter: the president went into tonight's meeting ready to push for his grand bargain, the $4
has some asking if president obama could simply big foot congress and ordered the treasury to keep borrowing. the argument is based on a little known section in the 14th amendment stating the public debt of the united states shall not be questioned. >> if the congress refuses to act, the argument would run, the president of necessity must act in order to follow the command of the constitution. >> the idea highly -- highlights how desperate the debate has goten. >> that's crazy talk. it's not acceptable for congress and the president not to do their job and to say somehow the president has the authority to then basically do this by himself. >> as the clock ticks down with no sign of progress, americans like courtney hine ton who -- hinton who works hard and lives on a tight budget can only watch in disbelief. >> this bickering and waiting to the last minute, we're not benefitting from that. >> reporter: as washington returns from the holiday weekend, sources close to the negotiations say a deal has to be reached by july 22nd in order to get it through congress in time. witt johnson,
this heat wave is hitting so many spots? >> we just have a really big area of high pressure. a big ridge as we call it, which keeps expanding across the united states. in fact, during the day today a huge chunk of the upper midwest is under excessive heat warnings for feels-like temperatures around 110 to 115 degrees. >> mitchell: let's look down the road. what can we expect? >> towards the end of the week, all the heat is moving eastern towards the eastern seaboard. cities like new york, philadelphia, and d.c. will have temperatures feeling up to 110. that's the end of the week. the good news is, we're going to finally break this heat wave across much of the nation in about seven to ten days from now, and that's great news for everyone. >> mitchell: yes, it is great news. jeff, thanks a lot. >> you're welcome. >> mitchell: there is more fallout this evening from the "news of the world" hacking scandal. today, two stunning developments: rebekah brooks, the former editor, was arrested, and the head of london's police force resigned. elizabeth palmer has the latest. >> reporter: she willin
. the lineup tonight here on cbs, "60 minutes," "big brother," "undercover boss," and "csi: miami." so another thrilling finish here in the quad cities. and another championship for this favorite son of the midwest, steve stricker. for our entire cbs sports team, thanks for being with us. thanks for being with us. so long from silvis, illinois. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: and good evening. we begin tonight with news of a rare sunday night showdown at the white house. as the race to strike a deficit reduction deal heads to the wire, president obama is meeting with congressional leaders with both sides still far apart. we haved latest on the meeting and what the stakes are. and we begin with senior white house correspondent bill plante. >> reporter: with an august 2nd deadline hanging over them, president obama and congressional leaders both talk to the grand bargain, a deal to cut around $4 trillion in spending and restructure the tax system. but last night house speaker john boehner called it quits saying simply he didn't have the
remains illusive. a big day from jim axelrod. >> wroos and linda mussman together for 35 years, didn't waste a minute. timing their vows. >> three, two, one. >> to be married when it became legal in new york state. >> you go to the hospital here and there and there's the paper, you know. single, married, divorced or widowed. and there's no place for anything else. >> in new york city, 823 same sex couples registered to marry today. daniel herds and nevin cohen were among that. >> we're so honored to be able to be part of all the married couples, all the loving couples in new york and have the same rights and promise. >> not when it comes to income taxes, inheriting a spouse's social security benefits and family medical leave because federal law does not recognize gay marriage. >> there's even one case with a spouse of a vet paren who is not entitle yo veteran who is not entitled to be buried next to his spouse. >> brad series at the williams institute at the ucla law school says day couples cannot file a joint federal tax return. >> in some cases same sex couples are going to pay mor
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